Looking anything but a dog’s dinner, a model in a dress with a cat in a chair symbolises the Ãº65 000 sponsorship deal the Royal College of Art has landed from pet food giant Spillers Foods. The dress is designed by Kathryn Roberts, the chair by Edra, the photograph by Damian Laurent, and the cat is Arthur (from the Spillers collection). Spillers is sponsoring the RCA’s Fashion Show being held this May. All of which means the catwalk should be full of preening pussycats and a few pets, but probably very few dogs.
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